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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Criminal Justice System

AI to predict crimes and as a criminal intelligence tool


The rapid progress of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning raises key questions regarding benefits and risks for the criminal justice system.

This online conference will focus on how AI could be used to predict crimes and as a criminal intelligence tool, enabling the shift from a traditionally reactionary approach to crime-fighting to one that is more proactive and preventative in character.

It is aimed at judges, lawyers, prosecutors, police investigators and civil servants with a view to highlighting the aspects of artificial intelligence already in use today as well as the changes and opportunities on the horizon.

Key topics

  • AI and its implications for the criminal justice system
  • Using AI in criminal intelligence
  • AI to predict crimes
  • The internet industry approach to AI
  • AI, ethics and privacy


5 Nov 2020 @ 08:30 am

6 Nov 2020 @ 12:30 pm

Duration: 1 days, 4 hours


Organised by

Academy of European Law (ERA)

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